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. kicking it off, two the names in headlines over the weekend and over the past few days. chris christie. very different situations. answer to the question everybody is wondering, are these guys telling the truth? we will start with a-rod. he will set out the entire 2014 major baseball league season. over the weekend, rodriguez cut suspension on repeal. the suspension for violating the performance enhancing drugs -- >> he was the pelt on the wall. they went so hard, they are paying for cooperation. they wanted to make an example of this guy who went to such lengths to lie to major league baseball. let's see if it permeates the rest. >> rodriguez says he will fight the decision in federal court. he said the evidence was not put in front of a fair and impartial jury. chances are slim but we know the yankees do not have to pay the $25 million salary for the season. >> a-rod has underperformed in the last several years. the highest-paid player in baseball. if they could get rid of that salary, they would want nothing more. it gives him enough relief to get under the luxury tax. now they can
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. it was under discussion yesterday. here is the headman talking about governor christie and so-called bridgegate. >> he stood there for 111 minutes in an open dialogue with the press. only if they would give us these 111 seconds of that when we find out some things that we want to find out about obamacare and ungodly and the irs. >> i just want to hear the answers about obamacare and all of the other scandals as well. i also want to hear republican leaders focused on this use midterm election. i'm tired of the gop leaders that cannot come up with winning strategies. there are just 294 days remaining to this year's midterm election. in those elections are too important for the republicans to screw it up again. we are going to continue this countdown to the election day to help out a few folks. and as i point out in my book the gop needs a little help and i'm willing to offer it here. speaker boehner, many are willing to lose the house and willing to not win back the senate. but millions of americans aren't in think it's critical to the national interest to win. it is to you that i'm speaking when
jersey governor chris christy >> why a member of rodman's >>> after 40 years in congress east bay lawmaker george miller is ready to step down. officially announcing he will leave washington saying he feels he's done what he set out to do. laura anthony was there when he made the big announcement is is live in concord. that is a long political career, laura. >> it is. he told thus was a family decision. and that it's time to pass on the seat and redirect his considerable energy to matters at home. >> i just thought be proud of this. 40 years. >> after four decades on capitol hill from the end of vietnam to the beginning of the affordable care act george miller decided to call it quits at the close of the year. >> in the history of the congress of the over 10,000 people that served in congress, only about 50 have been there as long as me. >> now 68 he rose to the top of the democratic party as he looks back on his career miller says some of the most-recent achievements on education labor and health care make him the most proud. >> various president dents try to get national health
in washington. let me start tonight with the hard, unexplored core of this chris christie story. it's a question, really. a question from the heart. in all this bridge mess, who was looking out for the people of new jersey? who was demanding to know why those thousands of commuters found themselves marooned in their cars on the home side of the george washington bridge? the drivers used to taking a half hour to get into the city who found themselves heading into work four hours late, the school bus driver, the wife who wanted to be there with her husband while he underwent stem cell transplant, but couldn't because of christie's crew and what they were up to. how about the guy who had been out of work for a year, but again because of these jersey devils, the real ones in this case, got this new job, trying to explain to his new boss why he was so darned late. or the police looking for the lost 4-year-old. the newspapers are full of these stories today, and they are as i said the core of the story whom. was looking out for the people of new jersey? we know who christie's tough guys were looking o
trouble for governor chris christie just days after the bridge gate scandal exploded, the new jersey governor now facing another investigation. this time, it is over his use of $25 million in federal money for a tourism campaign after super storm sandy. now those ad stars governor christie himself. ♪ >> we stronger than the storm and open for everyone. >> inspector general at the u.s. department of housing and urban development will audit the stronger than the storm campaign. a christie spokesperson insist the ad campaign was approved by the obama administration. you be the judge. is this a fair peeling back of the curtain on 2016 expenditures. seeing blood and piling up on chris christie after the bridge scandal. vote in our poll. coming up 4,500 of our soldiers gave their lives in iraq. now car bombs are exploding there and al qaeda flags are flying over two cities. the discreet protection that's just for guys. now, it's your turn. get my training tips at that would be my daughter -- hi dad. she's a dietitian. and back when i wasn't eating right, she got me d
but it could be days before everyone can turn on the tap. >>> new troubles for chris christie, revelations that money from superstorm sandy were miss used. >>> the detroit auto show. >> life is slowly returning to normal in parts of west virginia five days after a chemical spill forced officials to pan people from using tap water. the government says tests indicate the water is safe enough, after chemicals used this in treating coal leaked. people can turn on their taps again. jonathan martin, joins us from charleston west virginia. jopt jonathan, i can imagine ocouple of reactions. it's about time, and sit really safe? >> yes, tony, people have been waiting for five days, some people haven't taken showers for three or four days because of this ban. we have learned from the governor of west virginia that they have lifted the state of emergency, a little more they have been able to turn on their water. they have tested a and determined it does meet federal standards. a huge relief, they have been told not to drink water or betty in the water. small businesses have certainly been relieved be
for president obama. we'll explain. >>> first, now the feds are coming after chris christie. [ male announcer ] to truck guys, the truck is everything. and when you put them in charge of making an unbeable truck, good things happen. this is the ram 1500. the 2014 motor trend truck of the year. ♪ and first ever back-to-back champion. guts. glory. ram. >>> if you believe polls, new jersey governor chris christie has so far escaped significant public relations damageige the bridge scandal. a couple new polls indicate his ratings are largely positive, and that does not mean jersey politicians or federal investigators are letting it go. and tonight, senior correspondent eric shawn tells us christie may have more trouble on his hands over an ad campaign for the state. ♪ because we're stronger >> the commercials were made to boost tourism after superstorm sandy and prominently featured governor chris christie and his family. >> the jersey shore is open. >> you bet it is. >> now, the department of housing and urban development is investigating if the christie investigation misused federal money f
in the program. >> ifill: new jersey democrats are pressing two new probes involving governor chris christie. a special counsel will investigate the partial closing of a bridge, apparently to punish a democratic mayor. christie denies any role in the decision. separately, a democratic congressman announced a federal audit of an ad campaign that featured christie, after "superstorm sandy". baseball star alex rodriguez filed suit today to overturn his record suspension for doping. on saturday, an arbitrator ruled rodriguez must sit out the entire 2014 season. he cited "clear and convincing evidence" of using banned drugs and obstructing an investigation. rodriguez denies the charges. his federal suit names major league baseball and the players union. >> ifill: still to come on the "newshour", questions of oversight for the company behind west virginia's chemical spill. a case of presidential power before the supreme court. bringing seniors into the internet age. how your zip code affects how long and well you live. the progress and perils of diplomacy with iran. and anger in haiti, over the
in. tonight's lead, the christie investigation widens. since governor christie's press conference, it hasn't quieted down. it's only getting hotter. today we learned new subpoenas are likely coming this week for christie's former deputy chief of staff bridget kelly, and for his campaign manager, bill stepien. also today, lawmakers preferred contempt charges to prosecutors after former christie appointee david wildstein refused to answer questions. those charges carry a maximum penalty of 18 months behind bars. and two new investigations were also announced today. the new jersey senate plans a committee to investigate the scandal. and the assembly announced its own special investigatory committee with full subpoena powers. it will be led by the lawmaker who helped break this story wide open. he said today christie's story is unbelievable. >> when you have so many people in his upper level senior circle that received information about the fallout, the traffic jams, and the efforts to spin the traffic jams, in the context of a governor running for reelection, it strains credibility t
to see what the pilots saw. >>> first on cnn, governor chris christie now facing a new federal inquiry on a completely different matter. even a state lawmaker's looking into his traffic scandal. i'll speak with one of governor christie's toughest critics. >>> plus, daily bombings and a brutal al qaeda comeback. two years after the last u.s. troops pulled out, is iraq now falling apart? we're going to baghdad. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> an unscheduled takeoff following a dangerous and unexpected landing. this southwest airlines boeing 737 departed from an airport outside branson, missouri, just about an hour or so ago. it was supposed to land in branson yesterday, but in a shocking and still unexplained move, the pilots landed seven miles away, in a very small municipal airport with a runway thousands of feet too short for the plane. now the pilots have been grounded and everyone is asking how could this happen. cnn's brian todd is working the story for us. he's at a flight simulator in lea leesburg, virginia. what are you finding out? >> what made this so dan
a political vendetta is a crime. >> not one single link to chris christie has been found. >> i was blind sided. >> i was blind sided in that circle of trust. >> we're starting our own circle of trust and guess what? you're not in it. >> i don't know. >> so if those tie back into the governor in any way, it clearly becomes an impeachable offense. >> if there's some evidence that he knew about it, he's taking a complete risk with his political career and it's over. >> don't mess with the bully, young man. you'll get the horns. >> guys, we all work that way. >> we have a really smart person in chris christie. >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. after years of pretty good public opinion, the tables are turning on chris christie. he may have misused hurricane sandy relief funds. first, the bridge gate scandal is still heating up with new developments. christie's vengeful style of politics is coming back to haunt him. was christie responsible and did he know what his aids were up to? new jersey democrats think christie knew what was going on. they're not buying his press
't get to in the show that we individually have an opinion about. the christie, what's going on with christie -- >> that's not the only thing. >> i know, but one of the things. i'm going to writethening and put it up on chris christie is going to deliver the state of the state address tomorrow, so i'm going to preview that a little bit. for my one more thing, i was watching shep earlier, and he said this. >> liquor before wine, you're doing fine. >> is that right? >> oh, yeah. >> put the wine in the liquor and add beer as a chaser. >> that's just ghetto. >> kind of what they do on "the five." >> oh, boy, is that their secret. >> they have many secrets. >> yes, we laugh knowingly. let's go out for a drink sometime. >> was that funny? >> you and me and a beer and a shot. >> you drink vodka. >> i do know that. >> what's next, man? come on. >> you drink vodka. >> i do. >> greg, you're next. >> you know, it's time for this. >> i hate these people. >> as you know, i like to lift weights. people come and watch me lift weights, i don't mind that as long as you stay far a
christie. it started last wednesday when documents were released showing that one of christie's top aids orchestrated lane closures on the george washington brirnlg. friday more documents released they showed the governor's govef was involved in trying to pin the story after it broke. today the state legislature announced the formation of a bipartisan commission to investigate the bridge bay scandal. >> this has become larger than a transportation issue and that's why we are creating the supercommittee. under the chairmanship of wizneuski, this trail will need something else, and we'll need to look at all evidence that's presented and act accordingly. >> so on top of so-called the bridge-gate scandal we learned today that the housing and urban development department's inspector general is investigating whether christie used money for a jersey shore marketing campaign featuring the governor and his company. wow, john terrett is here with that. >> we knew this wasn't going to go away and here we are right back at it. >> the minute that you get an investigation that opens you have no idea w
starts now. >> a whole new lane of trouble is opening up for new jersey governor chris christie. i'm jake tapper. this is "the lead." while his bridge gate scandal remains prime headline bait, governor christie is being hit from a different direction with another investigation. did he misuse hurricane sandy relief money to promote himself? or are democrats smelling blood seeking to chum up the waters? also in politics, the woman pundits love to put up against christie, hillary clinton. a new book claims she kept a list of people she considered benedict arnold's in 2008. ones from her own party. who was on that list? the pop culture lead. "wolf of wall street," "12 years a slave," a huge haul at the globes for quote/unquote true stories. how closely do movies like these play with the truth? >>> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to "the lead." we begin with a cnn exclusive. the traffic metaphors come all too easily in midst of the bridge scandal. while many are still rubber necking at the political wreck his close aides apparently created through a petty vendetta, christie's problems are tu
as well. because democrats piling on, and trouble for new jersey governor chris christie continue piling up. that's expected. here's maybe what is not. the number of otherwise very talkative republicans who are mysteriously clamming up, and have nothing, nothing to say. >>> welcome everybody, i'm neil cavuto. with friends like these who needs enemies. >> i have self concerns about it and one concern i have is the -- a good friend of mine used to tell me, personnel is policy. and the people that you hire are the policies that are in place. >> make a comment, two e-mail who and who works for whom. i have p. in traffic and i know how angry i am in traffic. i always wonder, who did this to me? >> some republicans stand back, democrats wasting very little time piling on, revisiting the very cries that made chris christie national sensation and wondering the governor misused some of the sandy aid, for this ad campaign. >> jersey shore is open. >> you've bet it is. we're stronger than the storm. >> get ready, former democratic pollster says it will likely get worse. >> likely get worse before i
christie will deliver his annual state of the state address. >> the man has put his political career completely at risk. >> sometimes your surrogates don't have a good story to tell because there's not a good story to tell. >>> it is a bridge over increasingly troubled water. this morning, federal officials launched a separate investigation into whether governor christie used hurricane sandy relief funds to produce ads starring a man named chris christie. >> we're stronger than the storm. >> you bet we are. >> according to the allegations, the state paid $4.7 million for ads featuring christie, like that one, which caused $2.2 million than ads that did not feature chris christie. the very expensive decision has not gone over all. i suppose one could argue that christie is simply so telejenic -- or perhaps the state needs to suddenly reassure tourists that christie has mellowed and less likely to ruin their beach vacation by not hurling abuse at them while eating an ice cream cone. if ad gate and bridge gate look like two separate problems, consider this. the politician who has them i
troubles for the new jersey governor chris christie, as if he doesn't already have enough. this doesn't have anything to do with the bridge fiasco. but over how his administration spent taxpayer moneys meant for superstorm sandy recovery and its victims but instead spent it on a tv ad during his re-election campaign. a federal probe is underway. we'll get the details and a response from governor christie. >>> mere from a new book by the former defense secretary robert gates. he says president obama only showed passion for one issue involving the military. now secretary gates is responding to lawmakers who question the timing of this book. so, there's a lot going down. and we'll have it for you coming up from the fox news deck. ale a hands were made for playing. ♪ legs, for crossing. ♪ et...splashing. better things than the joint pain and swelling of moderate to thritis. if you're trying to manage your ra, now may be the time to ask about xeljanz xeljanz (tofacitinib) is a small pill, not an injection or infusion, for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not
. >> rose: welcome to the program. tonight mark halperin or chris christie and the implications for the 2016 presidential campaign. >> in private conversations, and there is the dirty little secret your viewers aren't allowed zero know, i had a private conversation with any republican strategist or elected official when this became a big deal they said how dare you say they knew about it, quite the contrary, every one said, yeah, it wouldn't surprise me in the least, he better he wasn't involved. if he was involved they better hope it never comes out. >> rose: we conclude with blodgett ceo and cofounder of business insider. >> and now we have 35 million people a month that are reading the content, including lots of very, very loyal users who are coming every day. we have 150 people at the company, and about 65 people in the newsroom, so it really has evolved into a thriving, growing journalism business, which is wonderful to see in an era where a lot of news organizations have been under such pressure. >> rose: halperin and blodgett next. funding for charlie rose was provided by
's golden globes. from chris christie and bridge gate and former defense robert gates and the latest on hillary clinton. there's a ton to talk about this monday. we have ari melber for the entire hour. dana, let's start with chris christie. state of the state address is tomorrow. some democratic mayors in the state say they aren't surprised that the christie team ordered bridge lane closures out of retaliation because they felt similar backlash for refusing to support the governator. take a listen. >> in the context that we're in right now, you can always look back and say, okay, it was retribution. i think probably all mayors are reflecting right now and thinking about it. you know, i really hope that that's not the case. >> it keeps piling on for christie. big wig split on the support of 2016 presidential hopeful. the department of housing and urban development is auditing the use of sandy aid for a tourism campaign featuring who else? chris christie. i want to focus on the idea of motive. there's a lot of interesting theories floating around this building. let me break out two of
christie thing? >> it is a wonderful story as a journalist to watch. reinforces something that people have always felt, that he has always been a bully. he still comes across as a real straight shooter. i have been in a room with 100 business people and they all walked out feeling good about him. if it turns out that he was not telling the truth on as some suspect, i think he is in undercutsrouble and his key selling point that he says the right thing and does the right thing. >> doesn't matter whether he knew or not, if it appears he has created an administration in which it is ok to do things like this? has he set that tone, regardless of whether he knew about it or not, that this kind of rector bijan is ok? -- this kind of retribution is ok? >> i don't think it is a fatal problem. your average voter thinks that politics is rough and tumble and that is just part of it. but they don't like is when someone gets up there and actually lies. and it's how they perceive a chief executive is treating the people who work for him. people get thrown under the bus. there is more "street smart" after
. >>> chris christie already dogged about what potentially could be an -- washington wants to know why christie, using federal aid dollars pledged to superstorm sandy relief spent $4.7 million on tourism ads when they could have been done much, much cheap ever? as it happens, the more expensive option included ads starring chris christie and his family here when he was running for re-election. gloria borger here from washington and our chief political analyst, and gloria, good morning to you, we have this bridge scandal on one hand but we'll get to that in a minute. this is superstorm sandy, the feds looking into how recovery aid was spent. this is cnn exclusive reporting because we have a statement from christie's people, this was issued earlier today, let me read this, reviews such as this are routine and standard operating procedure and it goes on to say, and i'm quoting, we're confident that any review will show that the ads were a key part in helping new jersey get back on its feet after sandy. my question to you is how harmful is this? this investigation? >> well, look, once you
's labor board pick, signaling he may have abused his power? plug, double whammy for chris christie. now the feds are investigating whether the governor used millions of dollars of aid for superstorm sandy in it the right way. >>> and mcdonald's burned again for serving coffee some say is just too hot. hi, everyone. i'm gretchen carlson. welcome today to "the real story." we start with the latest on obamacare and this question for you. does anyone really know who's actually signed up? according to reuters, new data from seven states and the district of columbia, shows just 22% of the people who signed up in those areas are the folks the administration wants, the 18 to 33-year-olds. that falls far short of the 38% the administration desperately needs to be able to effectively pay for this program. joining us now, guy benson. hi, guy. >> hello, gretchen. >> all right. so we have that poll about the young people. we've talked about that with each other before. but the new bomb shell that's coming out today that i've been wondering about since the first of the year is, how do you know if you
christie about masstive traffic jams last september. a special council has been appointed. top aides are blamed for ordinary care straighting major delays to retaliate against fort lee's mayor. the governor denies involvement. they are also taking a closer look at how his administration spent $25 million in super storm sandy relief. >>> the san francisco 49ers are in familiar territory. they are one win away from going to the super bowl with only the seahawks standing in the way. the 9ers advance in the playoffs after knocking off the carolina panthers yesterday. there was a pivotal touchdown just before halftime. great game. >>> fans fwreeted the 9ers when they returned home last night. folks who waited around were able to meet the 9er head coach. >> this is awesome. >> great of you to come out here. appreciate that. >> harbaugh's signature's on my hood ie. >> how do we laminate this thing? >> it will be the niners third straight appearance when they take the field in saettle on sunday. >>> no need to worry about a ticket snub by the seahawks. tickets went on sale at 10:00 this morn
their investigation into the claim of bridge traffic scandal surrounding chris christie. they are look at whether christie had anything to do with causing a traffic jam on the george washington bridge. washington is now weighing in on whether governor christie knew what was going on. >> he said he didn't know. i think it's credible. >> i take him at his word. there's a lot of stuff out there. >> your aide who was with him that day who sent the order never once communicated with him? it's unbelievable. >> lawmakers are looking into allegations that christie loyalists engineered the tie-ups to punish democratic leaders in the city of ft. lee. >>> target recently announced as many as 70 million debit and credit card accounts may be affected. officials initially thought that only 40 million people were at risk. target's ceo spoke publicly for the first time since the breach. >> we're accountable and we're responsible, but we're going to come out at the end of this a better company and we're going to make significant changes. you have to learn from it and you have to apply those learnings and we're co
punished by governor christie's administration for failing to endorse him. also today, a new federal probe into whether christie administration improperly spent hurricane sandy relief funds on an ad campaign featuring the governor and his family. new jersey democratic congressman says the department of housing and urban development is planning to audit $25 million in federal cash to the state spent to promote tourism, specifically the bidding process for the so-called stronger than the storm ads. the governor's office is responding saying in a statement just a few hours ago in part, "the stronger than the storm campaign was just one part of the first action plan approved by the obama administration and developed with the goal of effectively communicating that the jersey shore was open for business." it goes on to say, "we're confident that any review will show that the ads were a key part in helping new jersey get back on its feet after being struck by the worst storm in state history." governor christie has no public events scheduled today but he delivers his state of the state address to
afternoon. -- captions by vitac -- >>> more trouble for chris christie. federal officials are investigating whether he misused sandy relief funds. the timing couldn't be worse for the new jersey governor. >>> also right now, officials are trying to figure out why a southwest airlines plane landed at the wrong airport. the mistake could have sent 127 passengers over an embankment and on to a major highway. >>> and right now, a lot of west virgin virginiaanses getting the news they have been waiting for. tap water is safe to drink, at least in some areas. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer in washington. we start with talk of impeachment surrounding the new jersey governor, chris christie. that's a word now being thrown around by the state assemblyman who leads the investigation panel into the traffic scandal. that panel ramping up on thursday with increased resources to investigate the scandal, including the appointment of a special counsel. john wisniewski is the head of the panel, he's a democrat. he just told reporters that the first subpoenas could go out on thursday. meanwhil
-enriched uranium. >>> more hot water for new jersey governor chris christie. the feds are now reportedly investigating the republican's sues of -- use of super storm sandy relief funds, specifically whether he improperly used money to produce tourism ads that starred him and his family. this is after at start after federal probe related to a political revenge spot. >>> only one game remains the four teams to the super bowl team. broncos defeated charges for and take on the patriots for the afc crown. and 49ers take on the seahawks fund night. back to you. ashley: patti ann browne, thank you very much. >> thank you. ashley: a sports story with a lot of headlines. attorneys for alex rodriguez filing injunction to stop a season-long suspension from major league baseball after tony bosch supplied the third basement with performance-enhancing drugs and insinuated that he could have been taking the drugs during the game right in the dugout. >> they're so small that you could literally, while sitting in the dugout, take it, put it in your mouth and people could think it is, either sunflower see
pick, signaling he may have abused his power? plug, double whammy for chris christie. now the feds are investigating whether the governor used millions of dollars of aid for superstorm sandy in it the right way. >>> and mcdonald's burned again for serving coffee some say is just too hot. hi, everyone. i'm gretchen carlson. welcome today to "the real story." we start with the latest on obamacare and this question for
for new jersey governor chris christie. state subpoenas and investigative committee and federal audit, more national headlines. joining me now for our daily fix is chris cillizza and live in trenton, new jersey, nbc's kelly o'donne o'donnell. kelly, today we learned there's going to be a special investigative committee solely focused on the bridge with subpoena power. you sat down with the assemlyman who will lead it, john wisniewski, how significant is this announcement and what can we expect? >> i just came from the announcement that they made and raced over here to be able to tell you first, peter, what they've said is they created this super committee which means it is pulling together both members of both parties and they will have this special power but also hire outside counsel to pursue this investigation. as you know, legislative bodies have committees that have certain areas of jurisdiction and basically say these issues have become so significant and you are potentially so far reaching they need to create a separate way to pursue this. they also told us that because of the
of random people in the party, you have rand paul and chris christie fighting about, in public, about what are adequate and appropriate counterterrorism measures. two of the most talked-about possible presidential nominees. so at the most profound level in the republican party, you don't have agreement about what our counterterrorism strategy is or should be. and in that situation it's very difficult to be part of a well thought out reform process. on the democratic side, you have the fact that your party is in power, and you don't want to embarrass your president, and you have a lot of other things on your plate. and you have this white house and, frankly, anyone who's watched congress in the past six months with sufficient justification saying, well, as constitutional lawyers it would be much better if congress fixed this, but we don't trust you guys to do it right. if you can't deal with the debt ceiling, if you can't deal with the budget, how can we trust you to deal with the power of war? so we're in this odd moment that u.s. combat troops will leave afghanistan in december 2014, the
tonight. the president of the united states of new jersey chris christie, is in hot water. okay, hold on, i just pictured him in a hot tub. shake it off. new e-mails link top aides in the christie administration to a shutdown on the george washington bridge back in september. it was traffic on a biblical scale with new jersey highways backed up for days which is slightly longer than normal. (laughter) now it turns out, turns out, folks, that the lane closures were meant to make life hell as payback to the mayor of new jersey for not endorsing christie for re-election. no word yet on what the rest of new jersey is payback for. (laughter) nation, i, i will have full team coverage on this tomorrow by which i mean just me, of course. and rest assured, i'm going to go extremely easy on this man. because i am a commuter and do not wish to get on his bad side. not to imply that he has a bad side. all your sides are wonderful! now nation, it's important, i hope you know this, it is important to talk to your kids about the dangers of drugs. but that can be nerve-racking, so before due do pop some
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of chris christie's senior staff. another potential scandal has now surfaced. the department of housing and urban development is investigating $25 million in federal money the state spent to promote tourism to the jersey shore in the wake of superstorm sandy, including a commercial that features christie and his family. christie administration responded to this investigation about an hour ago and they said in part, quote, federal agency reviews are routine and standard operating procedure with all federally allocated resources to ensure that funds are distributed fairly. we're confident that any review will show that the ads were a key part in helping new jersey get back on its feet after being struck by the worst storm in state history. that's where the governor's claim that he knew nothing about the george washington bridge lane closings, many remain skeptical. one of those doubters, the democratic assemblyman leading the investigation. >> i don't think it's possible for all of those people to be involved and know and for the governor to absolutely have no communication. his chief cou
will talk about chris christie, governor of new jersey cannot shake the spotlight over the george washington bridge controversy. four presents a candidate steve forbes will talk to us about how much this might hurt christie come 2013. it is enough to turn you back to cash just about. and neiman marcus to the list of retailers who customers have had their personal information compromised when they are using. that story. general motors making the rounds of the detroit auto show. and the big story, alex rodriguez firing back. another lawsuit to try to stop his suspension from madeley baseball. his attorney will be with us in the studio this hour. coming up on "markets now." all right. pretty jampacked show we have if i may say so myself. dagen: so much on tv yesterday could not watch it all. connell: we will talk about that, and the a-rod thing. dagen: starts coming off of some of this morning losses. nicole petallides with more. nicole: and action-packed hour indeed. the nasdaq composite higher. the s&p slightly lower, the dow down 14 points, 16,423. the fury next taking a breather. volatility
the media been fair covering new jersey governor chris christie and the bridge traffic scandal in the guarden state? we'll have a full breakdown on that. >>> former secretary of defense robert gates defending and expanding on his criticism of president obama and members of his administration. the latest next. óqoqúúÑ@ jenna: new developments on top stories and breaking news this hour. jon: features scathing criticisms of president obama by former secretary of defense robert gates. he says he has no regrets about his controversial new book. how is the white house reacting? new jersey governor chris christie and the bridge traffic scandal. are the media giving it the same treat many as other scandals of the day? we'll go in depth. court action in the a-rod doping case. he takes another shot at reversing his suspension. what his legal team is attempting as we hear from a star witness in the case. it's all "happening now." well, some brand new reaction to robert gates' controversial new memoir. i'm jon scott. jenna: hope you're after to a great monday. gates making it very cl
the man leading the investigation that christie could be impeached over the matter. >> if it becomes known that the governor was involved and he knew about it and he knew about the coverup and he was approving the actions taken by his senior staff, that raises serious questions that the assembly ought to look at. the assembly has the ability to do articles of impeachment. we're way ahead of that, though. >> plus, a new twist in political headache for the governor this morning. according to new jersey congressman frank pallone, the inspector general of the housing and urban development department will audit the new jersey tourism campaign. it was paid for with funds for superstorm sandy relief. all said, will christie be stronger than this storm? joining us now, louis greenwall. good morning, assemblyman, thanks for being with us. what do you think of the inspector general, which i was just mentioning, the department of housing and urban development telling representative frank pallone they will audit the new jersey tourism marketing campaign paid for with funds from superstorm sandy relief
. they have not cut nearly to the extent of many local newspapers and they were the people who chris christie repeatedly credited oddly enough, i'm breaking the news about what i like to call it originated, but many people call it bridgegate. call it what you will. the george washington bridge toll situation. >> the "bergen record" deserves a huge amount of credit. >> the "bergen record" for a variety of recent, part of which the density, and if you live in jersey, then you either have to care about what they decade of new york city wants to do in your soft drinks are you not to read the "bergen record" to find out what's going on in your community. >> it's uniquely situated. >> folks have questions? >> from day one i think the polls have been steadily -- have consistently shown that the majority of the public either supported the affordable care act or thought it wasn't liberal enough. to this day, consistently. it's never deviated from that, and yet you have the notion republicans are positive this is a gift that keeps on giving, and the polls are quite different. i wonder if you can kind o
in the republican party come to the defense of new jersey's governor chris christie as the first subpoenas over bridgegate are expected to be issued today. >>> "duty," former secretary robert gates on his new memoir and his criticism of president obama. is it fair with u.s. troops still in harm's way? we'll ask secretary gates in his first live interview about the book. >>> and golden night. big win for "american hustle" and "12 years a slave," even a surprise award for one of the hosts. >> and the golden globe goes to -- amy poehler, "parks and recreation." >> we have it all covered from the winners to the red carpet today, monday, january 13th, 2014. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today" at the golden globes with matt lauer, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza, and savannah guthrie live from los angeles. >> and welcome to a special split edition of "today" on a monday morning, i'm matt lauer alongside natalie morales, savannah guthrie, al roker, and carson daly out in los angeles. savannah, it seems just like hours ago i left you at table 212 at the golden gl
leaders defending new jersey governor chris christie from a traffic scandal. rnc chairman priebus says there is not a scandal. >>> the "washington post" says the nsa surveillance program does little to prevent terror attacks. a study out this morning looked at 225 terrorism cases in this country since 9/11. the report says much of the evidence could have been gathered through conventional court order. >> "the times of london" looks at a new research on coffee. caffeine can jog your memory like it boosts energy. they saw short-term memory improvements in those who saw a large cup. >> raise a cup to that. "the denver post" looks at the big broncos win over the chargers. they held off late-surging san diego. san francisco battled to a win over the panthers. the 49ers will face the seahawks for the nfc championship sunday. th >>> back to sunshine and above normal temperatures. maybe some record breaking heat this week. high pressure now building overhead. skies clear all the way to the coastline. a little cool as you head out this morning. by the afternoon 68 in
will have the latest coming up. >> new jersey gov. chris christie is in hot water again. this time questions are surrounding why hurricane sandy release money was used for his own marketing campaign. >> the man who says he personally gave alex rodriguez banned substances is speaking out. good. good answer. check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear. i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. [ female announcer ] wherever morning brings you, bring the energy you need. nature valley soft-baked oatmeal squares. softly baked, made with hearty oatmeal and a drizzle of cinnamon. they're nature valley's take on a morning classic. because when you keep going, the morning can bring you to brand-new places. ♪ nature vall
fires started by a suspected arsonist. >>> new trouble potentially brewing for chris christie. this has nothing to do with bridgegate. >>> we have a five-car crash on 101 in san francisco. we'll give you an update on it. here is a live look at the area. >>> nothing but sunny and warm temperatures. how warm? we'll tell you -- coming up. ó@ó >>> today in israel, funeral services for former israeli prime minister, ariel sharon. ♪ >> ariel sharon was buried next to the grave of his wife at his ranch in southern israel. hundreds of world leaders were at the burial and also at a state memorial ceremony earlier in the day in jerusalem. now, vice president joe biden there is representing the united states. he spoke at the memorial ceremony saying he had known ariel sharon for 30 years. >> when a close-knit country like israel, a country that's been tested as much as israel loses a man like prim that dam dam prime minister sharon -- like prime minister sharon, it doesn't feel just like the loss of a leader. it feels like a death in the gael. >> sharon died saturday at the age of 85 after be
shell for governor chris christie. already plagued by that shocking bridge scandal. christie now facing a federal investigation for the alleged misuse of funds for hurricane sandy relief. at issue, a nearly $5 million tourism ad campaign featuring christie and his family. ads that were played during an election year. >>> meanwhile, today, subpoenas could be served to aides blamed for staging the traffic jam on the george washington bridge. >>> also happening today, lawyers for baseball star alex rodriguez are filing a lawsuit to challenge his 162-game suspension for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs. the man who allegedly provided him performance-enhancing drugs today "60 minutes" that rodriguez agreed to have his blood drawn in the bathroom stall of a miami club. >>> and a new development in the nearly seven-year mystery surrounding the disappearance of british girl maddie mccann. scotland yard detectives are asking portuguese authorities to help interview three burglars in the area the night she vanished. >>> and a stunt rider in texas has been warned by police after doing t
payback involving hillary clinton and chris christie. the top two 2016 prospects both getting an early preview of the scrutiny and spotlight a campaign would bring. just when you thought you knew everything about the clintons comes excerpts from a new book that says her '08 list kept a hit list of democrats that supported obama for president. and a day after republicans defended the tough-talking governor. >> he says he didn't know. i think it's pretty darn credible. he wouldn't make this blanket denial unless it's not true. >> i think that he can now move on, as long as another shoe doesn't drop. >> i want to bring in msnbc political analyst jonathan alter and erin carmon. good to see both of you, good morning. let's talk about this hit list they had this spreadsheet and not just listing sort of who was on it, but also how egregious they were. they were graded basically on their support of hillary and those who angered the clintons the most. all coming out, obviously, in support of barack obama. what do you make, jonathan, of this hit list? >> well, honestly, it's very, very interesti
for you. becky garrison, why the justice department has been investigating chris christie and a hot game in the itunes store, and more people involved in the data breaches and john mcafee knows is thing about security and he's going to talk about it. and making sure your in information is safe when you sign up for obamacare. how about this motivation. and a google glass app, and zombies. gear up for another hour of "varney & company" next. okay, first out the box, amazon is showing off a new kindle vending machine in las vegas last week. the vending machine which appeared at an airport at the consumer electronics show was stocked with e-readers and tablets, vending machines that dispense gadgets is not new, but it's big for amazon to expand beyond its website into the physical world. the shares unchanged, but sandra, amazon now changing its horizons. forget about on-line, it wants to be omnipresent, if you will. >> this is amazon taunting the other technology companies showing up at ces by saying we're not giving a keynote speech. we'll put a vending machine in the corner. it took people
. which will be a very interesting watch. almost governor christie-esque in his fascination. >> fighting a two-front war. thanks, simon. >>> let's check on energy and commodities as well. bertha's at the nymex. >> hey, carl. we've seen some prices bounce back a bit as the dollar has edged a bit lower from its highs this morning. of course the nuclear deal with iran that will see some sanctions ease as of january 20th for six months provisionally, certainly weighing on oil prices. but brent interestingly enough, which would be the one that would be more impacted you would think today is finding a bit of a floor. that could be a bit of short covering there. the ice folks reporting that fund managers cut their net long positions on brent by 26% in the first week. overall the speculators getting a bit more bearish on energy prices particularly when it comes to oil and gasoline. but what's interesting is that we are seeing the heating fuels, both nat gas and also heating oil coming up along with it because we are expecting to see a return to the cold weather here over the next couple of weeks
jersey governor chris christie's office. this time it's not about the closure of toll lanes on the george washington bridge. chris frates is breaking this exclusive story. he joins us now live. what have you learned? >> reporter: it could be another bad day for governor chris christie. federal officials are now looking into a controversy surrounding a taxpayer funded advertising campaign that featured the new jersey governor and his family in an election year. when hurricane sandy hit new jersey last year chris christie led from the trenches. and his skillful response to the devastating superstorm rocketed him into political superstardom. but a new federal investigation into how the new jersey governor spent some of the sandy relief money could threaten to wash away the foundation ever his political brand. cnn has learned federal investigators will examine the state's $25 million tourism marketing campaign, a campaign that was paid for with sandy recovery money. >> the jersey shore is open. >> the word is spreading because we're stronger than the storm. >> up bet we are. >> reporter: a ca
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